A recent study discovered that vitamin D deficiency was highly prevalent in Nigerian newborns.
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A new study finds higher vitamin D levels are associated with a lower prevalence of metabolic syndrome in an elderly population.
A recent study found that a standardized nutrition protocol was effective at raising vitamin D levels in preterm infants.
Both high and low vitamin D levels may relate to increased risk of mortality among both HIV-infected and HIV-exposed infants in Tanzania.
A recent prospective cohort study found a relationship between resident sun exposure and risk of Crohn’s disease but not ulcerative colitis.
New research has found that vitamin D deficiency in pregnant women is associated with lower peak bone mass in their children years later.
Tom Weishaar explains that prospective observational studies examining the associated effects of vitamin D status have to be carefully watched.
Researchers find that higher vitamin D levels are associated with better cardiovascular health markers during childhood than lower vitamin D levels.
A significant decline in vitamin D status among children undergoing heart surgery was associated with the use of a machine that takes over heart function, according to recent research.
New meta-analysis finds higher vitamin D levels are associated with a 38% reduced risk of developing type II diabetes.